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Things I Love Thursday - The Little Things

Since I don't love that we added a plumbing leak to to the truck and the Rowdy adventures after my last post, I decided I needed to take a minute to focus on some of the things I do love lately.




Sweet notes from The Princess. She gave me the one on the left after my half marathon last weekend. It says: Good Job Mom You Did A Wonderful Job. I Love You Mom So Much. Love The Princess.

Booking our trip to Hawaii and getting a screaming good deal (even though it took over an hour and three different travel web sites to finally nail it down).





Watching my happy girls spin in their new back-to-school clothes!






Getting this package in the mail, which means a Runnerd giveaway is coming soon. Very soon. It was going to be in today's post actually, but I'm still waiting for life to slow down just a little.

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  1. I love the pics of your daughters!

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  2. Oh vacation! I'm so jealous!

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  3. Woohoo! Hawaii!!!

    Your girls are so cute!

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  4. Hooray for Hawaii! I'm going in April to the Big Island!

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  5. LOVE the notes that your daughter wrote you. Nothing can top that. Have a great weekend Candice!

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  6. Your girls are so sweet. And, Hawaii? So jealous! Sorry about the plumbing thing, though. Hate it when those things happen. Have a wonderful weekend! :)

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  7. Love the "love" notes!!! Jealous of your trip to Hawaii :-) Fantastic that you find the little things in life that make it worth living :-)

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  8. awww the love notes are SO sweet! :)

    Your girls are adorable in their back to school clothes! I miss back to school clothes shopping. I beg my Mom every year to take me again... but... it's been a NO for the last 10 years. ;)

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  9. I totally need to focus on more positive in my life. THANK YOU FOR THIS!

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  10. Hawaii? Nice!

    I love the pictures of your girls. :)

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